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ďI am trying to locate
the grave of the wife of one my ancestors.
Family history states that she died at the
birth of her last child in 1875. The last
census she was in, (1870) was the White Co.,
GA one. Thereís a possiblity that she was
buried in White Co., GA. Her married name
was Glaze, given name Mary Elizabeth. Iím
not sure of her maiden name, Iíve heard that
it was Barker, Gray and Abercrombie or
Crumby. Iím thinking that since this census
shows an A in her name that it was probably
Abercrombie. She was born abt 1837 in GA.
there ever a White Co., GA
cemetery book published? It
there was and if you have
access to it, would you
please check to see if she
is buried in one of the
cemeteries. I went through
all of the ones on the White
Co., site that I was able to
access, but some of them
took me to a place where I
could not obtain them.
is the info. I have on the
family in 1870
Harris Glaze is on the 1870
census of White Co., Ga. in
the Shoal Creek district on
the 19th day of June, 1870
on Pg. 58 residing in
Cleveland in dwelling #20 &
family #20. Everyone in the
household was born in Ga.
Harris Glaze (36) is a farm
laborer with a personal
estate value of $34 who can
read but cannot write. Mary
A. is 30 & keeping house &
cannot read or write. It
shows that Fanny is 13 & is
a domestic servant; John is
11, Joseph is 9, Jacob(Jake)
is 7, Henry W. (Willis) is 3
& Juliann is 1Ē.
I am Lucian
Lamar Sneed, Great-grandson of William Woodrow Jackson, from
the Mossy Creek area. My grandfather was Thomas Jefferson
Jackson, born 1875 in White County. They moved to Cobb
County( Marietta ) Georgia around 1889. The families related
were Potts and Dorsey, and more I am working on.
William Woodrow served in the Civil War from White County.
HENRY YOUNG SIMPSON - - I am still
trying to locate information on Henry Young Simpson, who
came to Cleveland, White County in 1868/69. He is
shown on the 1870 census as a man of the cloth, and is
living on the town square. It is believed he left Georgia
and returned to Pendleton, SC just prior to the 1880
census. In Cleveland he buried a 3 year old daughter Susan
in December 1870, and my grandfather William Robert
Simpson was born in Sept. 1870, would have been 3 months
old when his sister died. Any information would be
appreciated. He does show as a member of the Mt.
Yonah church on the records shown posted.
Does anyone know where, LAURA PALMER DAVIDSON, and TOM
DAVIDSON, (husband) are buried ? LAURA lived in White
Co. and was the daughter of JAMES (Jim) PALMER and GEORGIA
ANN HENDRIX PALMER, of SHOAL CREEK, CLEVELAND GA.
I would appreciate any information on them. They were my
Aunt and Uncle.
SHIRLEY WESTFALL. ( email@example.com)
|October 1, 2004
Looking for descendents of Izorah Colley b. 1859. Her
father was James Colley, b. 1781 d. 1864 and mother Sarah
Thompson Colley b. 1824.
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